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  • ARC- Animation/Research/Confrontation - MaM - Paris.fr
    element and attempted to make ARC a place for exchange dialogue and confrontation The relationship between the works and the public was strengthened by the involvement of guides who for a long time worked free of charge One of the revolutions initiated by ARC involved the multi disciplinarity of the events offered to the public In addition to visual arts exhibitions the programme included cinema Christine Aubry dance Françoise and Dominique Dupuy jazz Daniel Humair contemporary music Maurice Fleuret and also theatre and dance This new approach to cultural events took ARC far from the beaten path to its confirmation of a strong artistic commitment linked to the historical and political context of the period in which it was created This period was also one which saw Paris dethroned as arts capital by cities such as New York and London and also Stockholm and Amsterdam etc Firmly rooted in its era ARC also gave itself the task of boosting the Paris art scene So right from the start it gave a special place to the avant garde movements of the 1960 70s such as Figuration Narrative Narrative Figuration and Supports Surfaces Mediums Surfaces Challenge and commitment were part of the deliberation on the status of the artist by the brains behind ARC who wanted to open the Museum up to mediums which had so far been poorly represented in Paris institutions photography engraving silk screen printing and early video art Although ARC s first years were marked by great enthusiasm it was immobilised for a while by financial problems There was also the issue of the possibility of allowing challenge within an official institution Following the departure of Pierre Gaudibert from 1973 ARC was directed by Suzanne Pagé who had previously been working as Curator This new Director initiated ARC

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  • Museum publications - MaM - Paris.fr
    Team A Parisian Museum Visits Information Professionals Didier Messina Enlarge Museum Museum publications CATALOGUE HENRY DARGER Titre Henry Darger 1892 1973 Edition Paris Musées Prix 35 Acheter le catalogue en ligne CATALOGUE CAROL RAMA Titre La Passion selon Carol Rama Edition Paris Musées Prix 40 Acheter le catalogue en ligne CATALOGUE MARKUS LUPERTZ Titre Markus Lüpertz une rétrospective Edition Paris Musées Prix 49 90 Acheter le catalogue en ligne Catalogue Sonia Delaunay Titre Sonia Delaunay Edition Paris Musées Prix 44 90 Acheter le catalogue en ligne More information Livre Pop Up Madame Sonia Delaunay Titre Madame Sonia Delaunay Edition Paris Musées Prix 20 More information Catalogue David Altmejd Titre David Altmejd Flux Edition Paris Musées Prix 30 More information Catalogue Unedited History Titre Unedited History Iran 1960 2014 Edition Paris Musées Prix 39 90 More information Catalogue Lucio Fontana Titre Lucio Fontana rétrospective Edition Paris Musées Prix 49 90 More information LA FÉE ÉLECTRICITÉ Titre La Fée Electricité Edition Paris Musées Prix 12 More information Catalogue Zeng Fanzhi Titre Zeng Fanzh i Edition Paris Musées Prix 30 More information 1 2 3 4 5 next last USEFUL INFORMATION 11 avenue du Président Wilson 75116 Paris Tél 01 53 67 40

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  • Team - MaM - Paris.fr
    Documentation Choghakate Kazarian Curator in charge of Acquisitions Odile Burluraux Curator in charge of Video Collection Jessica Castex Curator in charge of Contemporary Exhibitions Anne Dressen Curator in charge of Contemporary Exhibitions Emmanuelle de l Ecotais Curator in charge of Photography Collection Claude Wolf Collection Database Anne Montfort Curator Head of Publishing Marianne Sarkari Curatorial Assistant Collections Nadia Chalbi Curatorial Assistant Sylvie Moreau Soteras Curatorial Assistant Bernadette Pordoy Curatorial Assistant Secretaries Colette Bargas Sylvie Fallope Conservation front desk Manola Lefebvre Louis Jean Louiset Emma Nagou REGISTRAR Sandrine Beaugeard Head of department Registrars Georges Nicol Clémence Gabant Véronique Rustici Administrative Assistant COMMUNICATION PRESS FUNDRAISING Ombline d Avezac Head of Communication Department Jacqueline Marques Assistant Peggy Delahalle Communication Officer Partnerships Multimedia Julie Desphilippons Assistant Maud Ohana Press Officer Aurélia Voillot Assistant Charlotte Roux Fundraising ADMINISTRATION TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY Michel Morin Deputy Chief Administrative Officer Building Security Denis Curty Head of Technical Department Building and Exhibitions Muthukumarasamy Sri Kanth Head of Security Safety Department Alice Le Gall Head of Surveillance Reception Catherine Loizzo Building maintenance Carmen Sokolenko Exhibitions technical coordination Audiovisual Department Jean Marie Albet Patrick Broguière Philippe Sasot Tony Patay Check Point Heads of Surveillance Sandrine Lecoq Vibichanaraw Guiry Julia Manchaud Benjamin Mireille Lordelot Jacqueline Severin Luc Cantacuzene Augustin Dikous Charles N guyen Van Su Head of Cashiers Technical Team Christian Anglionin Marc Courrony Carmelo Garcia Davies Christophe Pancrassin Alfred Visvanadane Moustapha Diop Carlos Martinez Jean Marie Prevost Florent Plain Laurent Malard Storage Catherine Alassimone Deputy Chief Administrative Officer General Affairs Human Resources and Events Marc Bouyer Secretary Bich Le Menelec Human Resources Assistant Béatrice Edquist Orders Budget Guillaume Roux Events Space Rental and Corporate Partnerships Josia Fabignon Micro Computing Assistant EDUCATION DEPARTEMENT Annabelle Constant Head of the Education Department Marie Josèphe Berengier Cultural Mediation Laurence Legoistre Coordination of Cultural Programme

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  • A Parisian museum - MaM - Paris.fr
    avenue Vélasquez Paris 8 th At the beginning of the 20th century therefore the City of Paris had three museums a historic museum Carnavalet a fine arts museum Petit Palais and a specialised museum Cernuschi In 1901 Paul Meurice a loyal friend of Victor Hugo gave the City a house on the Place des Vosges in which the poet had lived for a long time To this gift was soon added the touching legacy of the house where Hugo had spent his years in exile in Guernsey his heirs donated it to the City in 1927 In 1929 the City of Paris received from Ernest Cognacq his collection of 18th century works of art housed in the Samaritaine shop on Boulevard des Capucines Two new categories of museums thus appeared the collection museum Cognacq Jay and the house museum Victor Hugo THE CREATION OF THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART The City had long wanted to split up the collections in the Petit Palais to create a museum of modern art dedicated to the artistic movements of the 20 th century The State had been having the same thoughts about the Musée de Luxembourg This thought process gave rise to the joint Palais de Tokyo project constructed in 1937 The State installed the national Museum of Modern Art there in 1947 before transferring it to the Pompidou Centre in 1977 while the City of Paris created the Museum of Modern Art there in 1961 During the same period the collections of costumes in the Carnavalet Museum were removed from there to form a distinct collection housed together from 1985 in the Galliera Palace a gift from Duchess Galliera where for a short time the City had had a Museum of Decorative Arts The acquisition of the home of Balzac in 1949 and the Museum of Romantic Life as a gift from Renan Scheffer the result of an agreement with the State increased the number of house museums in the City Together with the Antoinette Sasse legacy the Memorial of Marshal Leclerc de Hauteclocque and of the Liberation of Paris created the Jean Moulin Museum for the fiftieth anniversary of the Liberation Two major 20th century sculptors left all or large parts of their works to the City of Paris Bourdelle 1949 and Zadkine Today each municipal museum continues to enrich its collections by purchasing works and objects on the market and by receiving new donations ORGANISATION OF THE CITY OF PARIS MUSEUM NETWORK The museums in the City of the Paris are organised in a specific way the result of the history and status of the Paris authorities They are under the direct authority and control of the City of Paris according to a means of organisation which is distinct from that of the State but inspired by the same principles Originally linked to the Fine Arts Service since 1977 they have been managed by the Department of Cultural Affairs of the City of Paris Each museum is directed by a

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  • The building and its history - MaM - Paris.fr
    Messina Enlarge MAM Didier Messina Enlarge Museum The building and its history The building was designed for the International Art and Technical Exhibition in 1937 The museum opened in 1961 with in particular a core of works from the modern collections of the Petit Palais and was enriched due to the generosity of the collectors Emanuele Sarmiento Mathilde Amos and Ambroise Vollard The 1937 exhibition provided the opportunity for some remarkable acquisitions including The Dance by Matisse Nude in the bath and The Garden by Bonnard The Cardiff Team by Robert Delaunay The River by Derain Discs by Léger The Stopover by Lhote The Blue Bird by de Metzinger four Artists Portraits by Vuillard furniture by Pierre Chareau André Arbus Jacques Emile Ruhlmann which still number among the museum s masterpieces not forgetting the large murals by Robert and Sonia Delaunay Albert Gleizes and Jacques Villon acquired during the exhibition donated by the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles in 1939 The Girardin bequest in 1953 was a decisive contribution and persuaded the authorities to move from the cramped galleries of the Petit Palais and to open a dedicated area within the Palais de Tokyo Key dates USEFUL INFORMATION 11 avenue du

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  • Key dates - MaM - Paris.fr
    floor which are open and laid out with a view to presenting a selection of works of modern and contemporary art from the City of Paris collections Amateur and professional Salons continue to be held at the museum including the Paris Biennale Salon de Mai Salon des Réalités Nouvelles Salon de la Jeune Peinture etc 1964 On 4 June la Fée Électricité The Electricity Fairy designed by Raoul Dufy for the Pavillon de l Electricité et de la Lumière at the 1937 exhibition is installed in the former main reception hall of the international exhibition 1967 In January 1967 the ARC A nimation R esearch C onfrontation Section was created within the Art Moderne Museum This initiative followed a survey to reveal the expectations of a public which was deserting traditional museums but flocking to events such as the International Youth Biennale To be a dynamic venue for raising awareness of contemporary creation and promote radical art forms at the same time as researching the pluralism of choices through occasional challenges willingly delegated to an artist or a critic and promoting cross disciplinarity ARC created a new relationship between Museum and artists Its progressive clear outward looking approach at an international level made it an undeniable point of reference 1976 1977 Further refurbishment work is undertaken when the salons are discontinued on a permanent basis The Dance by Matisse is hung in the former screening room and ARC moves into the first floor The National Museum of Modern Art is transferred from the Palais de Tokyo to the Centre Georges Pompidou 1989 The Matisse gallery is refurbished by the architect Jean François Bodin 1991 and 1994 During repairs to the air conditioning system in the temporary galleries on the upper ground floor and the creation of access for visitors with disabilities supervised by the architect Jean François Bodin a great deal of original space is reclaimed the entrance hall Wilson Gallery etc The acquisition in 1993 of the newly discovered incomplete version of The Dance by Matisse entails further refurbishment of the Matisse Gallery 2000 2005 The architecture firm CANAL Patrick Rubin and Annie Le Bot is entrusted with a carrying out a survey and subsequently with the project management contract to bring the general safety arrangements at the museum in line with standards Spectacular work is carried out to remove asbestos from La Fée Electricité by Raoul Dufy The external doors are restored The mechanisms of the monumental doors of the Museum of Modern Art created by the ironworkers Szaboa and Subes Ingrand glass blocks and sculptures by Forestier are also restored This enables the metallic structure to be completely overhauled certain corroded elements are replaced and a new patina forms on the surface which is then sealed with a thin coat of glossy wax to protect the doors The permanent collections are rehung The reopening provides an opportunity to rehang works The Cultural Affairs Division and Museum entrusts the task of reorganising the permanent collection tour to the

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  • Visites - MaM - Paris.fr
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  • Professionnels - MaM - Paris.fr
    savoir plus et gérer ses paramètres ici Fermer ALL CITY OF PARIS MUSEUMS Discover all 14 City of Paris museums Fermer Français Exhibitions Collection Museum Visits Information Professionals Enlarge Professionnels USEFUL INFORMATION 11 avenue du Président Wilson 75116 Paris Tél 01 53 67 40 00 Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm Late opening on Thursdays until 10pm exhibitions only Permanent collection free access Metro Alma Marceau or Iéna

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